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House Tours — Week of October 17 - October 21, 2011

• New York: Sabrina Soto's Penthouse Pops with Color • France: Alon & Betsy's Clean & Classic French Countryside Home • California: Chris & Kenny's New Santa Barbara Home • California: Celeste & Nicolai's Modern Art Loft • Oregon: Laura's Mid-Century Melrose Place

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Love the #rustic quality of this #wall grouping. It ties in so well with the rest of this space.

particularly interested in the light shades: white underside fluting and sleek black outer surface. #ATGstores #HaloStyles

Designed by Chad Eisner, this dining room features a glass and nickel-plated metal table designed by Eisner himself. And the pendant light is from Reborn Antiques. Dominique Vorillon photo

Kotama Bouabane in Phillip & Claire's Silk Factory Loft in London (via Apartment Therapy) bit.ly/zpuLMQ

Design Crisis' own dining room, ebay rug, 70's caned chairs, chandelier, black glossy wall, console table

Jardan stools and dining chairs, oversized timber spoon and moose from Nyary 604, handmade Indian rug, hanging floral ball above dining table by Sarah / Mr Lincoln!  Photo - Sean Fennessy, production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

Modern, minimalistic dining space with exposed ceiling beams and cartoon artwork

Carved ready-made ceiling rosettes make an impressive eye-level wall display. Painted in graduated shades of yellow, the discs add style to a living room. Made of urethane and available at most home centers for less than $50, they are lightweight and easy to hang

White walls with colored accessories

pic is cropped, so not sure why this is off-center over the sofa? Lamp placement mars border of grouping

A picture frame collage can be the quickest thing to make your apartment feel like a home. If your not the photo hanging type, you can always put up vintage posters or even different swatches of fabric to add a bit of style. Don't spend your time buying new fabrics and cutting it to size, just go to your nearest fabric store and search the scrap/sale bin.